Saywer and Muehlstein were both at TCU's skills camp last Friday and as usual, they made big impressions to those in attendance. However, another quarterback in attendance caught many by surprise, especially once it was learned he was only a sophomore; Jon Randall Belton.
The West Monroe, La. Native who is every bit of 6-foot-3, 185-pounds didn't resemble a 2016 prospect. He displayed a strong arm on the day and tested well, running a 4.62 forty.
His performance was enough to draw praise from TCU quarterbacks coach Rusty Burns, who told Belton he'll be on the Frogs' radar throughout the process.
"I got good feedback and Coach Burns said they would be recruiting me for the next three years so I'm happy about that," Belton said.
Belton's visit to TCU was his second visit in the last year. He also visited for a game last season. The rising signal caller says the program's family atmosphere and Christian background are what stand out to him.
"It's real nice, it's not too big and it's not too small. It's perfect, everyone is a family around here," he said. "That's what I like so much about him."
"I know it's a great campus and school, it's a Christian school and that's what I like about it. I've been raised in a Christian family and I'm just blessed right now."
Belton currently has one offer on the table from Louisiana-Lafayette.